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Hi,

I'm trying to pull the RGB values from a list of (x,y) coordinates that are centers of circles. My plan was to get the matrix of each component (r, g, and b) this way:

P = imread('image'); ...

x = centers(:, 1);

y = centers(:, 2);

rcenters = P(round(x), round(y), 1);

x is a 668 x 1 matrix, and so is y, so I was hoping rcenters would be 668 x 2, but instead it's 668 x 668, which does not make sense to me. I had to round the x and y coordinates to the nearest integer so that it would have integer indices.

How could I get it to return a 668 x 2 matrix with the R value of the x coordinate in column 1 and the R value of the y coordinate in column 2?

Thanks in advance!

Image Analyst
on 22 Jul 2019

(x,y) is NOT (row, column) -- it's (column, row). You've made a very common beginner mistake. Put y first -- P(y, x)

x = round(centers(:, 1));

y = round(centers(:, 2));

rgbValues = zeros(length(x), 3)

counter = 1;

for col = 1 : length(y)

for row = 1 : length(x)

rgbValues(counter, :) = P(y(row), x(col), :);

counter = counter + 1;

end

end

Image Analyst
on 23 Jul 2019

Did you see this line in the code:

rgbValues(counter, :) = P(y(row), x(col), :);

That gives you the RGB values. Red is column1, green is col2 and blue is col3.

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Walter Roberson
on 23 Jul 2019

rcenters = P( sub2ind(size(P), y, x, ones(size(y))) );

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Akira Agata
on 23 Jul 2019

Another possible solution:

row = round(centers(:, 1));

col = round(centers(:, 2));

R = arrayfun(@(x,y) P(x,y,1),row,col);

G = arrayfun(@(x,y) P(x,y,2),row,col);

B = arrayfun(@(x,y) P(x,y,3),row,col);

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